The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 50 (1972) > Issues > Issue 10 > Discussion on Design for Industrial Production
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Discussion on Design for Industrial Production

A symposium was organized by the Institution in London from 17-19 May 1966 on the subject of Industrialized Building and the Structural Engineer. Following this, two ad hoc committees were appointed by the Council to prepare reports Stability of modern buildings and Design for indusfrialproducfion. The first of these was introduced at a meeting of the Institution on 27 January 1972 by L. R. Creasy. The second was completed shortly after the 'Stability' report and was published in November 1971.